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From the Editors

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This issue contains a lot of information about the recent activities of the

CFH. Once again, the alert reader will noticethe major contributions of Dick

Pierard to the functioning of our organization

We would be remiss not to

observe here (thus stealing the thunder fromRVP's secretary-treasurer's

report below) that Dick is now retired fromhis post at Indiana State

University. However, we can allbe sure that he is not retired from the

profession or the CFH (though we now understand why he hasbeen

pushing for a professor emeritus membership rate).

We can expect him to

travel theworld in connection with the activities of the CFH and his myriad

interests. We alsolook forward to his appearance on various campuses as a

visiting professor (you might wantto check out his new address below).

Dick, you arethe heart and brains of the CFH; we look forward to many

more years of your contributions to the CFH.

We also are beginning to focus our attention on the 2000Fall Bi-

Annual conference, October 19-21, atPoint Loma Nazarene University.

Details are given below. We hope you-all can make it.

This summer and fall we will be updating the CFH website, takinginto

account some of the suggestions made at ourJanuary AHA session. We

would like to include a section dealing with dissertationproposals and

abstracts. We also would like toinclude links to course materials and to

departmental sites of members.

reviews from Fideson the site.

Finally, we are considering publishing book

As usual, wethank those who take the time to send in news items,

suggestions, and garage saleleft-overs. We solicit your contributions.

Contact us via eMail=pmichelson@huntington.edu or snailmail at

Department of History, Huntington College, Huntington IN46750. See you

at Point Loma.